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Together, they form a polyamorous “triad”— one of the many formations that’s possible in this jellyfish of a sexual preference.
“There’s no one way to do polyamory” is a common refrain in “the community.” Polyamory—which literally means “many loves”—can involve any number of people, either cohabiting or not, sometimes all having sex with each other, and sometimes just in couples within the larger group.
All three live there together, but they aren’t roommates—they’re lovers. Sarah is 46 and has an Earth Motherly demeanor that put me at relative ease.
Michael is 65, and he has a chinstrap beard that makes him look like he just walked off an Amish homestead.
Of the three people living in the Northern Virginia duplex, Sarah volunteers that she’s the one most prone to jealousy.I know I'd happily write such recommendations for my single male friends.In other words, the only way to make a straight version of Grindr work is to make it woman-centric.After all, how could someone listen to his significant other’s stories of tragedy and conquest in the dating world, as Michael regularly does for Sarah, and not feel possessive?